This is from Walid Shoebat. There was a complaint filed in Egypt with the Attorney General, Hisham Barakat, that the wife of ousted President Mohammed Mursi admitted in an interview with Turkey’s Anatolia news agency that she was trying to excite insurrection in order to overthrow Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi and that she collaborated with Hillary Clinton.
While the original interview hasn’t been located yet, Walid Shoebat has found a news report of the interview which contains part of the interview. He transcribed the report and here is the relevant part of it pertaining to Hillary Clinton:
Qaffas: According to Anatolia Press, Mahmoud said, “I have between my fingers, a treasure trove of secrets from the White House and Mrs. Clinton fears my wrath.” She said, “I will not speak about Huma Abedin”. When asked if she had a close relationship with Hillary Clinton, Mahmoud said, “When my husband returns from his kidnapping, the one who led the coup will pay a hefty price.” Of Mrs. Clinton, she said, “We have a long friendship of many years. We lived in the U.S. and my children learned there. This friendship increased further when my husband became the legitimate president of the country.”
Mahmoud went on to say that they were recruited by the Clintons from the U.S. and began their friendship in the 1980′s. This appears to be a conspiracy that is being hidden.
When asked if they still have friendships with each other, Mahmoud said communications never ceased and that the conversations are all recorded. The wife of Mursi divulged that Mrs. Clinton seeks the assistance – both official and unofficial – of several members of the Muslim Sisterhood organization to help with problems in the Middle East. “We also have routine business dealings with the Clintons.”
There’s more at Walid Shoebat’s website.
Shoebat makes sure to note at the end of the article:
It should be noted that until we are able to locate the primary Anatolia News Agency source of Mahmoud’s claims, we cannot independently confirm the veracity of her claims. We are simply relaying the claims of reliable Arabic sources.